Irina Todorova, PhD, is a health psychologist, with experience also in developmental and narrative psychology. She is
Director of Research, Institute of Coaching/McLean Hospital, and faculty at Harvard Medical School
Fellow of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS)
Founding director, Health Psychology Research Center, Sofia
Editor of Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine; an official journal of the European Health Psychology Society with Taylor & Francis publishers.
Todorova teaches at Northeastern University, Department of Applied Psychology, where she was Clinical Associate Professor and Interim Director of the Master's of Public Health program, and affiliated with the Center for Health Equity and Social Justice Research.
Todorova is former President of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS) and a member of several committees: the Executive Committee of the International Society of Critical and Qualitative Psychology; the Fellowship committee of EHPS, an Associate of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University; on the Editorial board for: Health Psychology Review, Psychology and Health; Cognition, Brain, Behavior; Past Editor of the European Health Psychologist.
Current Courses academic year 2019-2020:
HONR 3310 "Mind, Body and Heart": Recent Trends in Health Psychology
CAEP 2010 Introduction to Health Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice
PHTH 4540 Health Education and Program Planning
Qualitative Methods in Health Psychology at Sofia University, Master's Program in Health Psychology